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22 results for: litigation & disputes
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In my co-authored article of 11th November 2011, I reported on the judgement from the General Court of the European Union in respect of...
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The UK’s departure from the European Union has provided the UK Government with some freedom to reshape the domestic designs regime, be...
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The UK Court of Appeal has dismissed Mylan's appeal and thus Neurim's divisional patent has been held valid and infringed.  While the...
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Jason Chester, a trade mark attorney in our Food & Drink team, commented for The Grocer on the news that Waitrose has decided not to...
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The Court of Justice of the EU has on 28 April 2022 issued a ruling that overturns longstanding German jurisprudence that has up to now...
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A recent report published by the World Intellectual property Organisation (WIPO) titled "The Direction of Innovation" provides a...
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This week saw some rapid-fire developments in the epic Neurim v Mylan battle about Neurim’s Circadin product for insomnia. Difficult to...
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Recently there has been quite a bit of interest in whether an artificial intelligence (AI) machine can be an inventor and/or can apply...
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This decision (T 0013/20) from the EPO Technical Board of Appeal (TBA) is a reminder that proving publication of prior art can be a...
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Marcus Smith J has put the further "trial" of Neurim v Mylan to bed with a short 14 paragraph judgment which concludes that he will not...